Weeping Yaupon Holly Tree
ilex vomitoria pendula
Weeping Yaupon Holly makes a very distinct, irregular, weeping form with its upright crooked trunks and slender, curved, pendulous branches clothed with small, oval, grey-green foliage. Many nursery operators produce this tree with several trunks in a clump. Capable of reaching 30 feet or more in height, Weeping Yaupon Holly is most often seen 15 to 20 feet tall with a spread of only 6 to 12 feet. The inconspicuous flowers appear in late spring and are followed in fall and winter by a spectacular display of the translucent red berries which attract wildlife.
Height : 15-20 Feet Width : 6-12 Feet
Exposure : Full sun to partial shade
Hardiness Zones : 7-10